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of our winter exhibitions on Jan. 26

Past Exhibitions

2011
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Multiple artists contribute to this exhibition featuring street photography that explores Southern California from the late 1960s through early 1980s.

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This exhibition will include two new series of airbrushed paintings by artist Roni Feldman. Shadowlighter will feature both a selection of black on black paintings, as well as white on white ultraviolet reactive Albedo Paintings to be exhibited under black light.

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The exhibition features three recent videos: Over the Rainbow, a single-channel loop of vehicles endlessly crossing multiple highway overpasses, an engineering impossibility; Flight Patterns, a two-channel image, one of a flock of seagulls and the other of a set of commercial planes, clones that mimic the other; and 28 years in the implicate order, a single channel work in which dozens of balls bounce, each to its own rhythm which at one moment, converges in a single bounce

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3 Surfaces incorporates the unique sounds, natural light, and architectural details of the space as primary materials.

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In this temporary exhibition, a 28-foot pepper tree installed in the center of the public courtyard is illuminated by sets of multi-colored translucent globes, designed by the artist, that hang from the branches.

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Armory Center for the Arts and One Colorado present Meriel Stern as the new Artist-in-Residence at The Artist Studio at One Colorado.

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Kristi Lippire’s temporary public sculpture at the Madison Neighborhood Casita entitled, Hybrid: Lombardi, Druid and the LA Zoo draws reference from three distinct plants found in her travels around Los Angeles, specifically her El Sereno neighborhood.

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Bike It: Portraits of my Bicipandilla by Kelly Marie Martin features black-and-white photographic portraits, taken with a 4x5 camera, of riders in her “bicipandilla,” or bicycle gang, with their bikes.

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This landmark exhibition brings two seminal yet under-studied Los Angeles artists into close conversation for the very first time.

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Jason Lazarus’ work address ways in which memory and memorialization are communicated through the photographic image. In his Heinecken Studies, Lazarus created a series of color photograms using a portion of the cremated remains of the late conceptual artist Robert Heinecken.

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Installation artist, sculptor and painter LeMieux creates a new series of work referencing the collision of cultures between birds and humans. LeMieux reflects on the BP oil spill and the broader ecological degradation that has unfolded over the course of his lifetime.

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This exhibition features older sculptures and new photograms that reference and re-create actual spaces, depicting the fractured way we see and interpret our world.

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ainter, sculptor, and performance artist Scoli Acosta will present new work at the Armory Center for the Arts, in an exhibition entitled Rippling: An Earnest Moire Effect.

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Armory Center for the Arts is pleased to present a retrospective exhibition of the work of John M. White, entitled Lifelines: A Retrospective Exhibition of Performance, Installation, Sculpture, Painting, and Drawing by John M. White.

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Born in Queens, New York in 1974 and raised in England and Japan, Tanaka returned to the U.S. in the early 1990s.

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Thai-born, Los Angeles-based artist Nuttaphol Ma combines elements of Greek myth, Western operatic form, and European weaving to create a maze-like installation based on a story of migration and survival in his installation Ruins of Daedalus' Labyrinth.

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Armory Center for the Arts and One Colorado are pleased to announce that Matt MacFarland will be Artist-in-Residence at The Artist Studio, a former storefront at 24 Smith Alley that has been converted into a working studio and exhibition space.

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View and purchase works from the flat files of Artist Curated Projects (ACP) selected by founders Eve Fowler and Lucas Michael.

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Armory Center for the Arts and One Colorado present Los Angeles artist David P. Earle as the Artist-in-Residence for The Artist Studio at One Colorado. The Artist Studio is an interactive artist space in which the public is invited to share in the creative process. Visitors are invited to participate in group building projects using handmade Birchwood puzzles that Earle will create on-site throughout the residency.

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